Rell’s UConn Pollster Violated University Ethics: The Day

 After a year-long investigation, Ken Dautrich, the controversial UConn pollster who seemed to be using school resources for Gov. Jodi Rell’s private campaign research and polling, was found to have

Connecticut Senate Candidate Gets Endorsement from New York Post

Republican Linda McMahon today scored a nod from the venerable New York Post in her quest to defeat Attorney General Dick Blumenthal in the Connecticut race for Chris Dodd’s U.S. Senate seat. Here it

Blumenthal and McMahon on Trade and Taxes

  During Thursday morning’s debate in Norwalk, Attorney General Richard Blumenthal mentioned that South Korea is using US technology to create a booming fuel-cell industry, while US companies need

McMahon Attacks Blumenthal for ’89 Tax Hikes. Blumenthal Says in Same Year, McMahon was Tipping Off WWE Doctor to Pending Steroid Probe

Supporters for Dick Blumenthal and Linda McMahon had a lot to chuckle and clap about this morning, continually breaking the request for silence at the big US Senate debate in Norwalk.  McMahon blasted

Crowds Start Dribbling Into Norwalk’s Continental Manor for 2nd US Senate Debate. Can Dawn Be Far Behind?

Nothing like the Merritt Parkway in the predawn bumper-to-bumper drive to illustrate the state’s housing and transportation problems.

McMahon Campaign May Not Be As Close to Blumenthal As They Think

Linda McMahon last week mused about the minimum wage.  The issue was front and center on Monday

It Takes One to Know One? Rowland, the Convicted Former Connecticut Governor, Questions Blumenthal’s Character

WTIC 1080 AM continues to provide unlistenable content, as John “Why Should I Resign If I’ve Done Nothing Wrong?” Rowland a little while ago questioned Attorney General Dick Blumenthal’s character and

What Kind of Appellations Will the Gubernatorial Candidates Use Tonight?

We are about two hours from the gubernatorial showdown at The Bushnell. The Blogster wants to know whether Democrat Dan Malloy will again call Republican Tom Foley “ambassador” tonight, in reference